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CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 6:30pm EDT
with the last days of the soviet union and goes to the current time. you were in the clinton administration. you were in the obama -- the bush administration, the state department's on policy planning. tell us, if you look back, clinton administration, bush administration, obama administration, who handled russia better? if you want, of course, you may start with bush won. favorably disposed. >> guest: right. in my book i discuss for resets that we have had since the close of the soviet union. i was in policy planning in the last 18 months of the clinton administration, six months of the bush administration and then the national intelligence. both times when i served in government we were already on the kind of downward slide in the u.s.-russian relationship. i think the first reset was brief because obviously president george h. w. bush did a lot with president yeltsin, but that was very much when the focus and, of course, general scowcroft was the national security adviser -- with best focus was on disarmament, arms control issues, denude keel are rising ukraine and making sure after the colla
FOX News
Apr 27, 2014 3:00pm PDT
. if the fox news sunday exclusive. then jeb bush opens the door to a 2016 presidential run. it's another bush-clinton mashup in store? our sunday panel handicaps the potential showdown. and -- we'll have a report from rome where hundreds of thousands gather to watch history as two popes become saints. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> the supreme court sided with michigan which along with seven other states has banned public universities from using race as a factor in college admissions. joining us now, jennifer grass, whose rejection from the university of michigan inspired her to lead the drive to ban racial preferences, and shanta driver, a civil rights attorney who argued before the supreme court in defense of affirmative action. welcome to both of you tows sun. >> thank you. >> i want to begin by revisiting previous rulings by the supreme court on affirmative action, rulings that still stand. in 2003 the court said this. student body diversity is a compelling state interest that can justify the use of race in university admissions. what's wrong with the limited use of race to achieve that
FOX News
Apr 27, 2014 2:00pm PDT
the clinton family a heartfelt congratulations for such a shrewd political move. >> maybe this was planned. >> yes. >> maybe this was planned. we all know, only the most devious people would ever plan. >> did you see i was on colbert? >> you're fame out, but i guess he was kind of making fun of you. >> well, he knows talent when he sees it, right? >> i see, that's what it is. >> but he also thought you were a little out there. >> all right. let me get back at him here. i did not say that that is what i thought. i was reporting on what other people were saying. that's what we do in news. >> are you suggesting that this very talented stephen colbert, soon to be the next david letterman, was taking you out of context? >> i think so, and do i work for fox news, and does he do that to fox news all the time? yes. >> you're saying he had an agenda. >> oh, i think so. he admitted to you in a "washington post" article that he's a democrat. >> but he made it sound like you were joining the chelsea clinton birther movement and thought hillary and her daughter got together with their calendars and fig
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 4:10pm EDT
and joan, when we worked on the legislation to create the motor carrier safety administration, the clinton administration had a goal of reducing motor carrier crashes by 50% in a decade. that did not happen. we have not really driven down the accident numbers, the taliban numbers. in the past couple of years the fatality numbers have been rising. that is very disappointing. we created and the administration to crack down on this. faster the ntsb issued a report where we investigated for accidents. where we found the motor carrier safety administration or their surrogates and the state had visited carriers in the months before an accident, but yet the carrier had a fatal accident and were put out of service. one of the trucking companies had been visited the week before the crash and had been given a satisfactory rating but the week after a crash they were given unsatisfactory and put out of service. we have to get the port operators -- port operators before the crashes and after -- not after. they are doing better connect and the data but they have to act on the data and put people out of
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 4:04pm EDT
are concerned and get them focused on those. remember, hilary clinton was a go-water girl in 1964. by the late '60s, she is a hard core leftist. she got involved in a single issue group, anti-vietnam war. and if people are not interested in joining your conservative organization, think about the top issues in your community you can get people involved and there are many opportunities to get people involved in something dealing with public policy other than just next election. i am very optimistic and i will talk about that. but we should not be under any illusion as to the challenge we have in front of us. the leadership of everything institution in america, save the military, is a raid against us. the views and values of big business, wall street, the unions, hollywood, media, non-profit organizations. it goes on and on. all of these institution the leaderhip is against us. if you have not read another book, after you buy and read by read "the ruling class" by angelo. we were with him this weekend for a conservative meeting. he has analyzed how the leaders of the democratic and republican par
MSNBC
Apr 27, 2014 1:00pm PDT
worked for hillary clinton a long time. she was a very publicly confident person, a very competent person and yet the stereotype, which a the lot of women face, was, that she was a "b" -- you know what i'm going to say but i won't say it -- that you're being out of your place, are you too demanding. it is interesting to see how times have changed a little bit when someone like an elizabeth warren can be confident and confidence and not face the same kinds of attacks that i saw hillary face. >> to be fair, elizabeth warren is in the senate partly because she couldn't get the job she wanted in the obama administration. some of the men there weren't too supportive of her. that's fair to say. this book is important but the problem women face is us, men, are not -- i mean if your company has a board where only 1 of 10 people are women, that's wrong. if your board doesn't have any minorities are wrong. focus again on women's behavior and having them have more confidence is a useful conversation. the bigger question is why are men not behaving differently in terms of these things. from a policy
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 3:00pm EDT
, and hillary clinton took a lot of grief for her phrase it takes a village. but that's how it's regarded. and that seemed to be one of the areas in which we could learn something from traditional societies. maybe you can elaborate on that. >> it's an area where i as the parent of two sons who are now in their 20s, i and my wife certainly did learn from what went on in new guinea. hillary clinton's statement about it takes a village to rear a child, i cannot understand how anybody would question that. i've talked with the children of american missionaryies who the children have grown up in new guinea in a new begin village or they've grown up in kenya in a kenyan village, and then these american children come back to the united states for the first time as teenagers. and it is a shock for them. one of the things that they comment is that -- i talk with a teenager who came back, american teenager, and he said in my new guinea village everybody was, in fact, my aunt or uncle. and we kids would run around the village. there were no doors on the hartes, and we would have -- hearths and we wou
Univision
Apr 27, 2014 12:00pm PDT
, estÁ muy lejos, ¿pero cree usted que podrÍa convertirse usted en un problema para hillary clinton si ella se postula a la candidatura? >> ¿yo? >> sÍ, pero su esposa es una de las asesoras mÁs importante de hillary clinton, a eso me refiero. >> sinceramente, mi esposa y yo tenemos una barrera completa en la casa sobre este tema. ella trabaja para la ex secretaria clinton, yo no tengo nada que ver con las conversaciones que ellos tengan en ese asunto, quizÁ tÚ sabes tanto como yo. >> hablemos de candidatos republicanos ¿quÉ piensa de chris christie? ¿o de jeff bush? ¿o de paul ryan? >> creo que el partido republicano todavÍa tiene que resolver la crisis de identidad que tiene internamente ¿quÉ partido republicano son? si el partido republicano sigue teniendo este veinticinco, treinta o cuarenta, o cincuenta por ciento de su base que es intolerante de los indocumentados, es intolerante de la gente con orientaciÓn sexual diferente, o diferentes estilos de vida, que bÁsicamente piensan que su Única misiÓn es tratar de paralizar el gobierno, si eso continÚa siendo su base
MSNBC
Apr 27, 2014 12:00pm PDT
this to say when asked if hillary clinton was her candidate in 2016. >> all of the women -- democratic women of the senate urged hillary clinton to run. i hope she does. >> she's your candidate. >> hillary is terrific. >> hmm. dozens of tornadoes could pummel the mid section over the next 48 hours. we'll get the latest on when and where the severe storms are supposed to hit. also, pope francis making his history today in a first of its kind ceremony for the roman catholic church. we'll take you live to rome next. later, as this flyer says, you can sleep tonight knowing the kkk could be coming to your neighborhood soon. the details on that coming up. >>> developing right now we continue to keep a close eye on the potential for severe weather this afternoon. in just the past few minutes a likely tornado has touched down in nebraska. wnbc meteorologists have been tracking the storms. what a difference 15 minutes makes, huh? >> that's right. this is a rapidly evolving situation. right now reports of a spotted tornado in nebraska. you can see south of i-80 here. a tornado watch was issued. now a
MSNBC
Apr 27, 2014 11:00am PDT
had thousands of nuclear weapons on their territory. one of the great achievements of the clinton administration was to get ukraine and other countries to give up their nuclear weapons. countries like russia, the united states, the uk would sign onto a compact guaranteeing their sovereignty and territorial integrity. russia signed that, it's grossly violated that. what message does that send to countries where we're trying to get them to give up -- >> is there any military cost ex acted by the united states or nato if putin moves forward? >> we're trying to de-escalate this crisis, not escalate. we don't see a military confrontation but we see increasing support for ukraine. we have a program that will get $37 billion or $38 billion to ukraine. >> on the middle east and the peace process unraveling. does the president decide to pull secretary kerry and get him out of the peace making business in the middle east or is it possible that the united states in the absence of negotiating partners advances its own peace plan, puts it on the table, and says get to work? >> thanks to secret
Bloomberg
Apr 27, 2014 1:30pm EDT
clinton does run and has unsuccessful primary -- >> let's assume she runs. nobody has ever gotten a free pass in presidential elections going back to eisenhower. who is the most likely democrat to run against her? >> someone will. i do not know. governor o'malley is talking about it. she was almost unbeatable then. she started with 40% of the democratic primary. now she is up around 60% or 70%. nobody in either party is confident. it does not mean somebody will not run or get 30% somehow. i think if somebody runs, they are trying to set themselves up for the future and get their name out. >> you granite state people do not like to coronate people. >> people who don't care, i put bernie sanders in that category. you might get a few hard progressives from the left. and governor o'malley in that category. and do not suggest that a coronation is a good thing for a candidate. look at successful presidential candidates like george h.w. bush who came through a very tough primary and bill clinton and obama. it is something about being a challenge and developing a message and finding out how to c
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 10:00am PDT
clinton's presidency, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements -- deterrence and engagement. all countries in asia as well as the united states seek deeper relations with chine into and want to make sure that country does not become an expansionist regional bully. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader aspect to asia policy, one that is constructive. at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, perhaps including china, but it would strongly reinforce american tile rules about free and open trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party, once the greatest champion of free trade, has turned its back on it. a sat shift in a once open and optimistic party. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. america's military strategy in a
Al Jazeera America
Apr 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
at the cathedral where he visited in 1995 with president bill clinton, where he presided over evening prayers. of course, he came to the united states on several occasions if you include the stopover that he had in alaska. he visited all of the major cities. so americans are very, very familiar with him. less so with john xxiii, but they recognize the importance of vatican 2 nick was speaking about his report. the priest today at one of the services mentioned the now canonized popes particularly concenoperated on john paul ii, reminded the congregation how he was able to go to prison and forgive the person who tried to assassinate him in vatican scare. they are saying that's one of the reasons why jong paul ii has been elevated to the level of sainthood. after the mass, we caught up with some parishners including a woman who is mom is very devout catholic living in the caribbean and she phoned her up and said get down to church for me, please, and open our family account with jp ii and j xxiii here is what she told us? >> i heard from my home in haiti. she said you have to go because i haven
Al Jazeera America
Apr 27, 2014 12:30pm EDT
in the world by forbes magazine and one of his most famous patients is president bill clinton. he got the former fast food lovers lover to get serious after clinton underwent major procedures like triple by pass surge. dr. ornish is the founder of preventive medicine institute and author of "the spectrum" detailing how to even turn off disease promoting genes by life. >> you decide how much you want to change of these four elements of the spectrum. and they are: what you eat, how much activity you have, how you respond to stress, and how much love and support you have in your life >> the doctor is here to break down his latest in0 vations making waives in the medical community >> thanks. >> more people are dying from heart disease, other chronic illnesses and malaria and tb and aids combined? >> that right. >> spending $2.8 trillion a year in the united states. doesn't sound like we are making much ground. i can't though to things these ailments are a symptom of a larger issue? >> that's a good way to put it. they are. three-quarters of th$3-quarters $2.8 trillion is for chro
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 12:02pm EDT
a worker with the clinton. >> were no surprises as i decided to let's give people a feel for how long we've been trying to change the system. one of the surprises to me as to engage how republicans work in 1945 the governor of california at that time, earl warner, propose comprehensive health care reform and he came within one vote of getting it passed in california and he had gotten sick and said we really need to protect people from the cost of getting sick. when nixon got a late date in 1946, one of his first legislative dose he introduced was a bill about comprehensive health care reform. here's the crazy thing if i describe it, no think man, did he write obamacare? was he one of the architects? he wanted to give subsidies so that they could go and buy private insurance. the government would provide the subsidies. sounds a lot like obamacare to me. he proposed that and when he was running for president in 1960 against john kennedy, there was a big day. public and the democrats trying to figure out how to get people left out, poor people, especially the elderly, how to get them insura
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 9:00am PDT
. thanks all for joining us. hilly clinton out and about, doing speeches, most recently to a methodist church the south talking about her religion. of course raised methodist. talking about -- >> as we heard in the open or in the tease, how men when 60, they've been in the rat race so long, they're tired, want to play golf but women are raring to go. so these are all parse d i'm thinking i'd want a nap but okay. everything she says is parsed like, isn't this interesting? she's saying women have a lot to contribute to society and women over 60 this and that. i get the feeling that she's messing with us. >> seem likes she's having a lot of fun, right? she's not shying away interest moments that she knows we're going to parse. i mean she knows we're going to pick apart every single thing she says. and whether she's made up her mind or not, is anyone's guess, but she certainly seems to be having fun in the process, leading us down she's sort of rabbit holes. >> smart politics. >> why wouldn't you have fun with this the most fun place to be in politics. everybody hanging on your every word.
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 11:15am EDT
he talked during his first presidential campaign about small-town americans to, and i quote, clinton their guns and religion or have antipathy toward people will not like them . but this is not what conservatism is about. the conservative movement is not about people who refuse to a embrace progress. the movement is actually about the people who hold tight to core principles and all the essential truths that i need to save our beloved nation from charity. we all know what the real core pillars of the movement are. the respect of religion and tradition of past generations. two, the maintenance of the rule of law. three, protection of individual freedom and liberty. and for common belief in a higher law above man's law. the idea is that hold conservatism together are man's most important values which the american nation was founded upon , liberty, freedom, and a nation under god. the american founding was an assertion that they were entitled to the rights granted to the englishmen. it was an evolution rather than a revolution. and in the book "big tent" speaker gingrich, his contributi
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 11:10am EDT
the second woman appointed to the u.s. supreme court when she was named in 1993 by president clinton. prior to her appointment she spent 13 years serving as a federal appeals court judge for the district of columbia. following a distinguished teaching career at rutgers university where she cofounded the first law journal in this country to focus exclusively on women's rights and at columbia university. as general counsel of the american civil liberties union she argued landmark cases before the supreme court on gender discrimination. she was described in a profile by the new yorker magazine as the supreme court's most accomplished litigator. she was born in brooklyn, new york. and as a measure of how far women in the law have come when she graduated from law school in 1959 at the top of her class she did not receive a single job offer. justice ruth bader ginsberg. [applause] i want to start by talking where you grew up and how you grew up. it is clear by talking to you and reading about what you have written and said in the past that that shaped you. start with you, justice ginsberg. brookl
ABC
Apr 27, 2014 8:00am PDT
. >> reporter: they're not talking about hillary clinton, they're excited about this woman. elizabeth warren. >> it's good to be home. >> reporter: a u.s. senator for only a year, she's now making an even bigger splash, her new book is a middle class manifesto. >> no one should work full time and still live in poverty. that's an issue that we need to deal with. >> reporter: many liberal democrats is a road map for the party's future. but so far, warren says, no thanks. >> i'm not running for president. i'm not running for president. i'm not running for president. you can ask it a lot of different ways. >> reporter: when you hear elizabeth warren saying, i'm not running for president now -- >> i believe her. i do. i do. first of all, it would be foolish and she is not foolish. >> reporter: why? >> because hillary clinton is iconic. >> reporter: but warren is a popular draw on the fund-raising circuit, already raising $1.6 million this year for democrats. the left is looking for a fighter and a fiery pop list. >> mr. secretary, people default all the time. they don't bring the entire -- >> you
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 7:00am PDT
a continuation of u.s. foreign policy since bill clinton's president, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements col: deterrence sk gau -- and engagement. they have deep ties with asia. getting the balance between those two elements is hard to do and easy to criticize. there is, however, a broader is constructive.olicy, one that at the center of this is the transpacific partnership. it would not only be the largest trade deal in decades if it happened involving most of asia's economies, but it would reestablish america's rules about foreign trade worldwide. yet the president has not been able to get the fast track authority that makes it possible to negotiate such a trade deal. the democratic party wan, once greatest party of free trade, has turned its back on it. and in recent years, republican support for trade has also gotten much weaker. it requires significant budgets, and these are true from both sides of the aisle. public support for any type of ambitious, generous foreign policy is pretty low these days. the most worrying obstacle to a serious american strategy
PBS
Apr 27, 2014 7:00am PDT
for it states that it is the very first one in jordan to catered to the specific needs of the clintons who i knew i had most of the time that victims of psychological violence or harassment physical violence is also common occurrence the band had a message of the abuses or say something which they deal with analysts estimate comes along with all the other time in the mind anything off. some of those who have been exploited abused or abandoned. end up with its lawyers office. they want to sue or get divorced but they have very few rights in their new country the much talked all week describes himself as a human rights activists who helped victims of human trafficking for real. he shows us how well organized networks go about recruiting syrian women my hosting job offers to me that i get them online in budapest at the moment of truth and bought these women have become and merchandise to the will to walk to get ready and just like any other new style is happening is appalling. these people are completely lost. as soon as they get here. the criminal networks taken to japan. so many of them we us
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 6:00am PDT
coming from him? is he going to put it on the floor? hillary clinton who is out and about this week talking about religion and how women are better when they are older than men who are retired, and i get the feeling she's playing with us. >> i have written about them both and will many times. i find boehner to be maybe the most interesting politician to watch. do you remember, candy, the old "saturday night live" they did a sketch called one-man demons. he would hear these voices saying, take a pottery class. i feel like this is boehner. he's got these voices s saying appease the right, don't appease the right. i think he's really torn. he got the debt ceiling done with democratic votes. he could get immigration done with democratic votes. his thing is he's always had to choose, is it the legislation? that frustration coming out and the inability to pick a path and stick with it. >> i think it's interesting, the idea that boehner is not being a strong leader when he's sometimes critical of the president of not being a strong leader. when you look at what happened in 2012, which i'm
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 5:30am PDT
>>> hillary clinton offers advice to women of all ages and maybe to herself. >> there are times in all of our lives when we're either given an opportunity or we see one that we can seize and we get nervous, we worry. >> does she worry about mounting conservative criticism she's too old to be president. if she's grandma hillary, why didn't anybody label this guy grandpa mit. in washington speaker boehner blames obama for the immigration deadlock. back home a candid boehner says the real problem is cry baby fellow republicans. oh, don't make me do this. oh, this is too hard. mocking his colleagues endanger boehner's hold on the speaker's gavel? "inside politics" the biggest stories sourced by the best reporters, now. >>> i'm john king, thanks for sharing your sunday with us. with us, maeve res ten, manna rah ju, jackie gu sin itch and peter hamby. >>> hillary clinton was busy including an appearance in boston where she gave a shout-out to women raising a family with career pressures. >> a lot of women who drop out of the workforce in their late 20s, 30s and raise their children, t
CNN
Apr 27, 2014 5:00am PDT
of the hour. right now stay tuned for "inside politics" with john king. >>> hillary clinton offers advice to women of all ages and maybe to herself. >> there are times in all of our lives when we're either given an opportunity or we see one that we can seize and we get nervous, we worry. >> does she worry about mounting conservative criticism she's too old to be president. if she's grandma hillary, why didn't anybody label this guy grandpa mit. in washington speaker boehner blames obama for the immigration deadlock. back home a candid boehner says the real problem is cry baby fellow republicans. oh, don't make me do this. oh, this is too hard. mocking his colleagues endanger boehner's hold on the speaker's gavel? "inside politics" the biggest stories sourced by the best reporters, now.
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 8:00am EDT
. the other question is when you die, do you live forever? to paraphrase bill clinton, it all depends how you define the word you. are you web layer and software? if so, when you die, you die. or even information? if so, information can double every 18 months. this is moore's law. as the rate at which can peeters are growing in sophistication. for example, when you get a birthday card in the mail coming to open it up and it stinks. it sings happy birthday to you. there is a chip that not birthday card. that chip, according to this chart has more computer power than all the allied forces of 1945. hitler, churchill, roosevelt would have killed to get that chip. what do you do with it? he threw it away in the garbage. if hitler had that chip in 1940, we might all be speaking german here today rather than bush. and then look at 1969. 1969 we put two men on the moon. ever see the scrutiny mission control? by god, according to this chart, there were 64 processors. dinosaurs. yourself onto the hives more computer power than all of nasa in 1969. in fact, you are not going to put me in one of those ro
PBS
Apr 27, 2014 5:00am PDT
the cauldron in nineteen eleven when clinton was slightly struggling with an observation was the ordination of women without quilt with the woman sits on the stores restaurants and pocketing the difference thousand or two when elvis and union that today as the director of coaching from station to stop the country's most about being one of those almost thirty years ago. if we wanted to keep right i will continue producing the decision was taken to build this nation but according to pump blood to come to death. he wouldn't get that does not want to go said the technology facilities he loves me i would like to supply station london hotel on demand complete treatment. what a revelation and that was like sticky what the distribution system you. what a pumping station was built in record breaking time that month and a cough. it was the saddest company could lead to powerful what to type some good it's not like i can stand there has been no point in time index in the quicker the key to this now what the was supplied to the bus station in late nineteen eighty six still operating more than a dozen p
MSNBC
Apr 27, 2014 5:00am PDT
for president bill clinton. the national media strategist worked for years with joe bide and others. political media consultant who worked on campaigns. somebody putting messages out into the media sphere. my reaction when i see the laws is that's a great idea. great if there is accountability. then i stop and think about it. it falls back to two things. how do you tell the difference between the truth and a lie in a campaign? campaigns by nature exaggerate. positive things are exaggerated. negative things about the opponent are exaggerateded. when you see the laws do you like them? >> there ought to be accountability, a way of saying you can't just blatantly lie. especially now in a citizens united world where so much money is put in by undisclosed, unregulated donors. there is no vehicle for stopping them. >> the vehicle, the two i see if you don't have a law like this would be the outrage of the free press. if something totally crosses the line goes up there will be so much noise potentially generated by the free press that it counters it. you have to make a defamation lawsuit instead of ha
Al Jazeera America
Apr 27, 2014 7:00am EDT
for the white house. there's take of them being running mates for hillary clinton. that's first up for weekend politics joining me is republican strategist gordon. aid to the jonathan cainer campaign, and doug who is a democratic strategist. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> let's jump into it. california senator diane wine stin doesn't think it's a good idea to an a two-woman ticket. is she wise or short sited. we had tickets with two men, two southerners, like 1992. what do you think? >> it's possible to have two women, it's a question of where they are coming from. elizabeth warren is far to the left. hillary clinton is the presidential nominee. she bikes elizabeth warren and cuts off a slew of folks, backing the candidate. it's a question of the ideology than a question of whether it's a man or a woman. what do you think. >> i couldn't disagree more. i can't think of two stronger people on one democratic ticket. mrs. clinton is widely recognised all over the world. she's dynamic. people yearn for the clinton economy, and senator warren appeals to those voters voting for preside
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 7:00am EDT
, and i think when i look at disrespect that was put up to george w. bush and to bill clinton and hillary clinton back in the 1990's, who were accused of every contained of thing, including kidnap, murder drug smuggling, all these kind of things, and the whole birther narrative doesn't sound like that much that's new in politics. but i think getting back to the affordable care act, all along even during the heated a.c.a. debate the public dent like obamacare, which is a republican term, but they liked the features that obamacare the a.c.a. offered, and that's still true. you're seeing a republican now talk about mend it, don't end it or let's repair, it not repeal, that there are things like -- well covering preexisting conditions and other features that the affordable care act offers that we didn't have before. there's a lot of positives that the a.c.a. can be sold, but that's what i was referring to earlier when i said that the democratic strategy is to not so much push obama as to push the care just that's where the real vote-getter
FOX News
Apr 27, 2014 3:00am PDT
on this sunday morning. hillary clinton sr. is coming under scrutiny. here's what happened when a department spokesperson was asked to list one achievement from a initiative launched under clinton's watch. >> can you off the top of your head identify one tangible achievement that was resulted from the last qvr? >> i'm certain that those were here on the effort could point out one. >> but since you have come on board, you have noticed that, have you noticed that you can point back saying, wow, the first qvdr identified this as a problem and dealt with it? >> as you know, i've only been here as concluded. i'm sure there are ranges put into place that i'm not aware of. >> i won't hold my breath. >> so will moments like this come back to haunt hillary clinton? if she does decide to run in 2016? joining us is allison howard, communications director for concerned women for america, which is a public policy women's organization. and chris cofinni, the former chief of staff to west virginia senator joe manchin. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> all right, joe, i'll start with you, whe
PBS
Apr 27, 2014 3:00am PDT
peninsula and the clintons can see provocations in east ukraine at the moment joint goal of a strained relations between moscow and the tin. the on the lawn. schools in the eastern ukrainian rebel held city of sodium school i don't eat dessert it was parents keep their children at home during an assault on the sixteenth my cranium troops ukrainian special forces launched a second phase of their operation in the east of the country on friday by mounting a full page of the city which is being overrun by kremlin backed militants who aim to create a pretext for russian annexation. let's erase the new cheese dishes to do with the change he said. this holds true is that it couldn't be that we would have six hundred and ninety zero s are just as you can see it open and honest i'd be a terrible president of just six per cent. according to our information once held the seat until the outsides of my absence for unknown reasons well perhaps that is needed to let their children attend school. they leave only different parts of the stadium on sunday closing in some higher wages than that it's a sit
CSPAN
Apr 27, 2014 1:04am EDT
advocates, suffrage ads and newspaper publishers. and if you think barack obama and hillary clinton are political pioneers consider this victoria woodhall was the first woman to be nominated for president in 1872. her running mate, frederick douglass. m.g. lord as a journalist cultural critic and highly-regarded teacher in this professional writing program. for many years she was a syndicated political cartoonist and columnist based at newsday and is a regular contributor to "the new york times" book review its arts and leisure section and numerous other national outlets. she is the author of astroturf, the private life of rocket science a family memoir about cold war aerospace culture. she became a true literary celebrity after she wrote the groundbreaking forever unauthorized biography of a real doll. which examined how a fantastically sexual doll that was inspired by a jokey knickknack came to hold meaning for so many american girls pray she argues that barbie was invented by women to teach girls for better or worse what was expected of them and now she has turned her critics day
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 10:00pm PDT
, you come at this from a media angle. think about bill clinton. i smoked but i didn't inhale. and then we have barack obama on tape talking about doing a little blow and getting stoned and drunk day in and day out. nobody paid attention to it. >> or president bush who admitted to smoking marijuana. >> yeah, but it changed. >> what changed is a gradual acceptance of the reality is that a lot of people smoke weed and are productive members of society. what you saw in colorado are really elaborate taboos around this, telling young people they are not going to be able to function. they try to drug, and guess what? you lose the trust and the credibility -- >> there might be a reefer madness aspect to that that i would agree with. but it is when kids smoke the second and third day of the week. >> the other thing is too, sean, i agree with guy. i'm in the middle here. if it is going to be recreational allowed, and you're drinking and smoking and impaired. that is a whole other issue, when we legalize all of these things you have alcohol and marijuana and whatever other gateway drug
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 11:05pm EDT
and covered president clinton, congress, president bush. i had never really at all thought about serving inside of an administration. certainly not as a job. but as you will find, life happens and serendipity occurs. and shortly after the election in 2008, the day after, a close friend of mine who had been working on the foreign policy deal under clinton and had been working on senate foreign relations committee as a top staffer, democratic staffer, working for senator joe biden. the summer of 2008, biden is picked, they win. i am congratulating my friend the next day. that was the first time the idea was put to me about coming in. at the time i thought perhaps it would be kind of exciting and maybe something in the foreign-policy arena, but it quickly became an opportunity to be the vice president's communications director, which was obviously a huge change for me. but a fantastic opportunity and a great, great decision in part because i woke up every morning for probably six months wondering if i knew what i was doing, was cut out for the job. i think what you think as a reporter cover
Bloomberg
Apr 26, 2014 10:00pm EDT
served as ambassador-at-large to the former soviet union during the clinton administration, and he has held senior roles on the security council and the state department. he is currently the professor of international diplomacy at columbia and a senior fellow on the council of foreign relations. his new book explores the personalities and little-known stories of foreign policy. it is called "maximalist: america in the world from truman to obama." i am pleased to have steve sestanovich back at the table. great to have you back in the studio. ukraine. >> yeah. >> russia. where are we? >> it seems we're looking at a rolling dismemberment of ukraine. and i think it may turn out to be too strong a statement. i hope so. right now, the way the russians seem to be handling this is to challenge the authority of the ukrainian government and to warn that if they try to assert its authority in the eastern provinces where the support is weaker that russia will respond. respond they will, as the foreign minister said, as they did in georgia in 2008, the threat of war. >> they're threatening war if w
FOX News
Apr 26, 2014 7:00pm PDT
about bill clinton and then president obama talking about doing little blow and getting stoned. nobody paid any 'tension to that. >> or president bush. a gradual acceptance of the reality of the fact that a whole lot of people smoke weed and they are productive members of society. what you saw in colorado could be the construction of elaborate taboos around the use of this. they try the drug and none of that happens. guess what, you lose the trust of your child and kred bltd of that -- credibility of that child. >> there might be a reefer madness aspect to that that i would agree with it. it's when they smoke the second day of the week and the third day of the week. >> i agree with guy. i'm in the middle on this. you have to consider, if it's going to be recreational allowed and you're drinking and smoking and you're an impaired person and you're driving, that's a whole different issue too. when you're legalizing all of these things, honestly it is becoming a culture now that we need to be aware of when it comes to students on college campuses and even younger. if it's legalized it's g
CSPAN
Apr 26, 2014 8:45pm EDT
. the board is the most militarized in the world. clinton said it kept him up at night and there's all these land mines for miles and miles. the worst part is all the people into concentration camps and you can see them on google earth. it's awful that this is happening right now. if we get invaded we are going to kill a few an all of you ande burning peace camps down just like they tried to do in world war ii. so again if you are going to invade this country, you do so knowing that immediately hundreds of thousands of prisoners are going to be murdered. >> so, what do we do? >> what is a solution as any outside government like if you were advising any of these people? >> write a book and let people understand what's going on. they are not crazy if there's a logic to everything they do. and it will get the wheels turning in the right direction because i do not have any answers. how do you say that people have been so lost and depressed for so long that another metaphor i always use it after the civil war they were for decades it was horrible for them and not to become daring tragedies
NBC
Apr 26, 2014 5:30pm PDT
become serious business. ron mott, nbc news, boston. >>> up next, hillary clinton on the subject on faith. >>> hillary clinton spoke about her faith today for the first time at a highly personal speech by the woman considered the front runner for the democratic presidential nomination in 2016. in lexington, kentucky, mrs. clinton a methodist addressed a crowd of 7,000 at the unite the methodist women's assembly. she recalled going to her church as a young girl in parkridge, illinois. >> i loved that church. i loved how it made me feel about myself. i loved the doors that it opened in my understanding of the world. i loved the way it helped to deepen my faith and ground it. >> hillary clinton today on her church and her faith. >>> millions of people will be watching around the world tomorrow as two popes become saint at a vatican ceremony conducted by pope francis. ann thompson is there for the preview for us tonight, hi, ann. >> reporter: good evening, lester. it's already crazy here. the streets around st. peters square are closed off and people are sleeping on the sidewalks as the vatic
ABC
Apr 26, 2014 5:30pm PDT
of both parties following hillary clinton's every word trying to discern whether she'll run and perhaps a new hint here. in kentucky she spoke of her methodist upbringing at a conference of methodist women. many have wondered will she after a bruising campaign for president already and after her time as secretary of state have the appetite to run again. listen to what she said. >> even when we are tired and all we want to do is go away by ourselves to a secluded place and rest a while, even then, especially then, let's make it happen. >> mrs. clinton right there in louisville tonight. >>> we turn overseas and to ukraine where their own forces, their own troops tightening security around the city taken over by pro russia insurgents. special police with armored vehicles setting up road blocks and inspecting vehicles this saturday as tension mount there. president obama is in malaysia but he's preparing for tougher sanctions against putin coming as early as monday. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl asking the president will those sanctions really change anything president
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2014 8:00pm EDT
racist white america down below. >> i heard a clinton administration official once say it's not our fault which we call you reyesist and there may not be truth to it. it's your fault if you get angry and react against it because that clearly shows you have guilt. >> they're not only sanctimonious people, they are amazingly insightful practicing psychiatrists as well. >> and deeply -- >> i'm very impressed by it all. let me turn to the issue of illegal immigration in which there seems to be more than enough guilt to spread around after ten years after nothing happening. where are we headed on this issue as we hear john boehner now say he's reversed himself nine separate times by our count in the past year. and now where are we with illegal immigration? is the speaker going to push the gang of eight bull for amnesty? >> it depends on whether he's more for the establishment or the grassroots. clearly the establishment republicans want amnesty. if they can just put the did sh. >> they've got so much empirical evidence. one would understand why they would feel that way. it's a nice emotion, bu
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